Dolphins sign Robert Foster, re-sign Adam Pankey

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The Dolphins made a pair of moves Wednesday.

They announced re-signing offensive tackle Adam Pankey. The team claimed him off waivers from the Packers in December 2019.

He played six games and made one start for the Dolphins the past two seasons. He also appeared in two games for the Packers over the 2017 and 2018 seasons.

The Dolphins also signed receiver Robert Foster, according to his agency, SportsTrust Advisors. Foster played with quarterback Tua Tagovailoa at Alabama.

Foster, 26, has 32 receptions for 642 yards and three touchdowns in his career with Buffalo and Washington. He had a big rookie year with Buffalo, catching 27 passes for 541 yards and three touchdowns.

Foster has only 101 yards in two seasons since, including 37 yards in four games for Washington last season.

3 responses to “Dolphins sign Robert Foster, re-sign Adam Pankey

  1. I was thinking that Miami was setting themselves up to trade for Watson,but with four assault allegations I’m not sure anyone trades for him now! Damn!

  2. Miami has screwed itself with bad draft picks. Then tried to fill holes with bad free agent picks as well. The picks Miami made last year better improve big or the Dolphins will be rebuilding again,again,again. At what point do the Dolphins realize they need a solid GM and go get him. We are right back to paying players we cut. Insane. Patriots will whip our butt along with Buffalo. We signed a bunch of backups and could have signed two solid starters with that money. Now if we waste our draft capital on Watson who’s going to help him not repeat the Houston nightmare he’s left. Our franchise never looks good to free agents either. Why would you go to a franchise that hasn’t picked a franchise quarterback since 1983! Took Tua last year with Herbert sitting there.

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